ERLANGER, Ky. — This year, officials at Remke's Markets have been expecting a big jump in sales of paczki, the super-rich Polish pastries traditionally consumed just prior to Lent. The retailer has been counting on in-store product demonstrations and colorful boxes to boost sales of paczki — pronounced “poonch-key.” In previous years, Remke's has sold the oversized, donut-like pastries only from the in-store bakery's service case. This year, however, a table stacked high with red-and-white ...

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